- 4x4 bathroom tiles. These are ridiculously cheap at Home Depot, Lowe's, or places like that.
- Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge Glue (it's important to get dishwasher safe and I'll explain later.)
- Aleene's Original Gloss Finish sealer (like the magnet, this depends on the type of printer you have.)
- Self-adhesive felt footies (A pack of them is around $2-$3 and you get a lot.)
The first steps is exactly like the magnet. Make a graphic. When it's time to print, select two images per print out and that should be big enough to fit on the tile. Glue it on with some Mod Podge and let dry at least an hour if not more.
Like before, how you seal it depends on the type of printer you have and if using a brush smears the ink. This is also were a water proof sealer is vital. You'll be setting drinks on the coaster and if you don't use a water proof sealer, the coaster will get ruined. Both Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge and Aleene's Original are waterproof. I've tested both.
Again, if using the spray, use in a well ventilated area because of fumes. Also, I discovered the spray will discolor a white background and make it look like wet paper.
Let the coaster cure for 2 to 3 weeks. DO NOT SKIP SEALING AND CURING. This will ensure the coaster is waterproof.
Next attach felt footies to the bottom. Otherwise, you risk scuffing the surface of the table. No glue is needed here. These buggers stick well.